SH Mas De Canicatti
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... either. All the kids thought it was horrible, and I said wait till you try American food. They kind of believed me that American school food was worse. After lunch we played a huge game of soccer that was really fun, and they are very good, no doubt, but they are not as amazing as you guys acutely think they are. We went inside, had a few more classes and it was time to go. Overall I had a pretty good day.
... and get acclimated to the Valencian people way of life. I feel this city is a hidden treasure, and although it is Spain’s third largest city, it has so much to offer to tourists, but no one knows unless they actually come here. I want to experience Valencia, which means every aspect of Valencia, and this includes the World Cup, which I feel is the important time in Europe, and it will give me just a taste of what European life is like in all facets. I hope Valencia does not ...
... yet there comes a time when I also remember that every place I have ever been has made me happy, and wonder have I found the place I am looking for yet. Will I ever?
Making a spontaneous decision is an easy thought for me, yet making plans for longer than the next 6 months seem beyond the bounds of possibility. My thoughts then turn into these words, a release and escape before the conclusion is come to.. To travel, or to stay?
... 1487, a rare secular building in the gothic style reflecting the immense wealth in that trade at that time. It is UNESCO listed with good reason. Big trading halls and salons, intricately carved ceilings in some, vaulted arches in others, and all around a courtyard with orange trees. It was stunning and a building of real grace. We wandered through it, enthused, all the way to the underground stores.
We walked back through familiar streets, reflecting on how it doesn't ...
I met with my parents in the morning and we took a guided tour of Valencia. We learned about some of the culture of Valencia, like what alcoholic beverages they drank, where they got their food, the "Spanish" schedule, and a general understanding the floor plan of the city.
Later that evening the residence college which i'm living at had an orientation. I soon found out that we were integrated with Spanish people! So they had to translate ...